There is very little about this autobiography that is conventional: it has many narrators, the chronology is a bit off in places, there are many tangents, and there are off topic rants/advice (on shepherd's pie?!). It does not follow typical autobiographical or audiobook 'rules' and requires the listener to pay attention and not passively absorb the material. But then again, isn't that what Richards, and the Stones, were up to in their music? So why would his autobiography be any different? Wicked awesome.
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